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Carroll Mansion


Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
1811/00/00 Carroll Mansion is built around 1811.
1818/00/00 Charles Carroll of Carrollton Home Richard Caton, the husband of Mary, youngest daughter of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, buys the Mansion for the sum of $20,000. For the last twelve years of his life, Charles Carroll spent his winters in the house.
1832/11/14 Charles Carroll of Carrollton Died Charles Carroll dies while living at the Caton Mansion. His funeral was held at the Baltimore Cathedral and he is buried in his Doughoregan Manor Chapel.
1855/00/00 Sisters of Mercy Owner Sisters of Mercy buys the Carroll-Caton House, renting the mansion to immigrants who turned the first floor into a saloon and the second floor into apartments.
1868/00/00 Sisters of Mercy Owner Sisters of Mercy sell the Carroll-Caton House for the paltry sum of 1,000 dollars.

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Particulars for Carroll Mansion:
Area of Significance Architecture
Criteria Architecture-Engineering
Sight Category Building
Architectural Style Federal Style
Other Description Late Federal
Level of Significance National
Criteria Person
Area of Significance Politics-government
Historic Use Single dwelling

US National Registry of Historic Places Data »

Accurate at time of registration:

Registry Name:
Registry Address:
Registry Number: 73002182
Resource Type:
Owner: Local
Architect: unknown
Architectural Style: Other, Federal
Attribute: Late Federal
Level of Significance: National
Area of Significance: Politics-government, Architecture
Applicable Criteria: Architecture-Engineering, Person
Period of Significance: 1825-1849, 1800-1824
Significant Year: c 1811, c 1812
Associated People: Carroll,Charles
Historic Function: Domestic
Historic Sub-Function: Single dwelling
Current Function: Recreation and Culture
Current Sub-Function: Museum

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